Книга: Sharon Bisaha «A Great and Noble Work. The Volunteer Refreshment Saloons of Philadelphia During the Civil War»
In the 19th Century a saloon was any establishment that provided food or drink. The Volunteer Refreshment Saloons served no alcohol. What they did dispense was coffee and heaping plates of food as good as the best hotels to the passing Union soldiers.
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